- The word thangka translates to "recorded message." Thangka painting is an ancient Tibetan Buddhist art form that combines deities, symbolism, and sacred geometry.
- This silver master work features White Tara in the center with meditating Buddhas, dorjes, mantras, and floral designs surrounding. It is painted entirely by hand with silver pigments and a dusty rose border.
- Our Tibetan thangkas are hand painted by master artists and apprentices in the Kathmandu Valley. Thangka painting schools in Nepal help to keep Tibetan traditions alive.
White Tara is the embodiment of healing, compassion, and wisdom. With her seven eyes she sees all suffering and has the wisdom and guidance the help you through your practice. She is often referred to as the 'swift Tara,' as she is known for bringing quick relief to the suffering. White Tara sits upon a lotus blossom, representing purity and fortune.
Each detail is painted by hand on cotton canvas using natural mineral and vegetable pigments and silver. The intricate brushstrokes and extraordinary detail make these thangkas genuine works of art. It comes unframed and ready for Western style framing of your choosing.
Measures approximately 11 by 11 inches.
Thangka does not include a frame. We suggest shopping with your local frame or craft store to select a style that best suits you and your thangka! Looks great in a classic Western style photo frame or wooden magnetic poster hanger frames.